Thursday, April 21, 2011

Wedding snapshots part 1- the place where it happened...

Weddings are a lot of fun, especially when it is of someone very close in the family. Good times with close ones, tons of laughter, moments to cherish, a time a make memories....

For the longest time I (along with everyone in my family) have waited for the pictures from my cousin sister's wedding. Finally, they're here....and I can easily say that the long wait was totally worth it. I wanted to share with you the brilliant work of  the amazingly talented Joseph Radhik and him team - the men behind the camera.

This post will be in three parts, the first one being about the venue for the wedding- The Heritage Village Resort at Manesar. (Read more about it here.)

The wedding was a destination wedding with everyone staying at the venue for two days. It was a memorable experience for everyone. The haveli style architecture with its courtyards, lush green gardens dotted with terracotta horses, elephants and windchimes made the place so enchanting and beautiful, that once the wedding was over, no one wanted to leave....

Here are a few selected shots....no faces here, just the peripherals...starting with the venue...




The pheras took place here




painted walls

the couryards



All pictures courtesy Joseph Radhik. To see more of his work, visit his website and his flickr gallery

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